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What is the value of a Lowrey organ?

What is the value of a Lowrey organ?

The Lowrey Legacy was a very popular mid range instrument in the $15,000 price range. This unit has many easy play options so the beginner player can sound incredible with very little experience. This beauty is in Oak with a roll top key cover and music rack extender.

How much does a new Lowrey organ cost?

When this organ was brand new, you would have to pay a little bit more than $21,000 to get this in your home. Act fast and pick up this used Lowrey organ at an amazing price! Give us a call today at 1-800-950-3774 and we’ll get it delivered to your door!…2001 Lowrey Majesty Organ.

year 2001
finish Satin
color/wood Cherry
id 632

Is Lowrey organ company still in business?

In 1988, Lowrey was purchased by Kawai Musical Instruments. On October 5, 2018, Seijiro Imamura, Vice-President of the Lowrey Division of Kawai America Corp., announced that Lowrey Organ production would cease in January 2019.

Who makes Lowreys?

Kawai America Corporation
Lowrey is a division of Kawai America Corporation, and as such is part of the group of companies of Kawai Musical Instruments Mfg. Co., Ltd. (KWMS F). An international manufacturer of musical instruments, Kawai is one of the largest instrument manufacturers in the world!

What does Lowrey mean?

adjective. dark and gloomy; threatening: a lowery sky.

What nationality is Lowrey?

Northern Irish, northern English, and Scottish: from a pet form of Lawrence.

Are old organs worth anything?

Antique pianos and organs can be valued anywhere from a few hundred dollars to tens of thousands of dollars. It is important that sellers realize the real value difference between a restored instrument and an unrestored instrument.

What nationality is the last name Lowery?

Irish: reduced Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Labhradha (see Lavery). Northern English and Scottish: from a pet form of Lawrence. Southwestern English: habitational name from Lowery in Devon, named with the Old English personal name Leofa or Lufa + Old English worðig ‘enclosure’.

What does Lawrie mean?

Lawrie is a (patronymic or paternal) family name of Scottish origin which means “crafty.” Variants of which include: Laurie, Lorrie, Larry, Laury, Lawry and Lowrie. It is also used as a given name, often a short form (hypocorism) of Lawrence.